The EFPT is looking back at four days full of high class, flat water freestyle action like never seen in a competition before. There was only a handful of events in the past, where the conditions were almost too extreme to run the heats, this Toro Andaluz edition will go down in history, as one of those memorable events. The EFPT is looking forwards to work with the local organizing team, to make this event happen again in the upcoming season. More on EFPT
2017 EFPT Rankings:
After the first two EFPT events of the season, Jacopo Testa is leading the ranking in front of Sam Esteve and Amado Vrieswijk (Severne/JP). Adrien Bosson is currently placed 4th, but is determined to fight his way up in the upcoming events. The crew and riders are now released until the 5th of July, when the EFPT Lanzarote 2017 will go down and the hunt for the European Freestyle Champion title 2017 will continue!